I Saw What Turned the World Before Socialism. Did You?, ca. 2008

Windsor artist Lon Pelton is well-known in Connecticut for his recycled scrap metal sculptures. Working with an unlikely assortment of metal pieces ranging from nuts and bolts to tractor parts, from silver spoons to discarded propane tanks, he crafts unique pieces which reflect his view of the world. Some of his sculptures offer political commentary and others convey a more whimsical delight in the natural world. Lon sees both beauty and value in discarded objects. He is able to weave humor and passion into art which captivates viewers of all ages. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.


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I Saw What Turned the World Before Socialism. Did You?, ca. 2008
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Track Power, 2014
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First Town Square, 2007
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Into the Future, 2008
Ballad of Mack Street, 2003
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Shad Derby Plaque, 1976
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Railroad Bridge Plaque, 1993
Highway Bridge Plaque, 1993
Ray Henry Memorial Bridge Marker, 1999
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Town of Windsor Time Capsule, 1976
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